Parts of Eastwood were subdivided as early as 1906. With a streetcar line running from 95 Street along 118 Avenue as early as 1910 (to link Edmonton to the village of North Edmonton), development of properties close to the line must have been attractive. Around the time of World War I a number of homes and businesses were built along the streetcar line and the major roads. Nearly 65 percent of Eastwood's dwelling units are now renter occupied and nearly 70 percent of those units are contained within low-rise apartments. Residents of Eastwood demonstrate considerable mobility.

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